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Thursday, December 18, 2008

Broken Social Scene on Letterman

Lat night Montreal super-group Broken Social Scene performed their single "Churches Under the Stairs" from that Brendan Canning album released earlier in the year. And as evidence of face-time, I guess Land of Talk's Liz Powell has fully replaced Fiest.

I understand.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Wolverine Trailer

I'm really uncertain of what to make of this, but my anticipation of X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Myspace) hasn't really diminished, mostly from the help of Gambit. Make what you want of it, but the new Bryan Singer (thank God it's not Brett Ratner) directed X-Men epic should be a welcome return to the series first two movies, and not that ass-rag that was X-Men: The Last Stand.

Watch the new trailer here.

Now the Worst Movies of the Year

The A.V. Club presents "There appears to be an event happening": The worst films of 2008. I'll tell you ahead of time that #1 isn't a shocker, but you'll probably be more than less pleased to see it there. Check out the article for yourself.

Smart People
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
The Eye
Soul Men
Nobel Son
The Life Before Her Eyes
Chapter 11
Good Dick
In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale
Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
Meet Dave
The Hottie and the Nottie
The Happening
Witless Protection

Monday, December 15, 2008

New Music; P.O.S. - Goodbye

Minneapolis rapper P.O.S.'s (Myspace) new album Never Better, will be released via Rhymesayers Entertainment on February 9th of next year, and as a promotion from Rhymesayers, his single "Goodbye" is available for download off the website.

Let's Go to War

I've put up some stuff from these guy's before, but I've got a few new singles from the Toronto guys. Here's their remixed singles "Why Can't We Be Friends?" from their double-sided mixtape with Rynecologist (Myspace) and "Burn Down the Disco."

MP3's Posted by Aleks at Discodust

I'm Back ... AFI's Top Ten Movies of 2008

I've been flooding the website with a few too many music lists of the best from this year (I'll probably put up more), so for a nice change of pace I'm gonna list the American Film Institute's list of the best films of 2008 (article here).

In Alphabetical Order:

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
The Dark Knight
Frozen River
Gran Torino
Iron Man
Wendy and Lucy
The Wrestler